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BASKETBALL: 8 teams survive play-in brackets; Boys up next

Willow Canyon standouts Kayjah Evans (L) & Emma Hanson with Marana standout Baylee Slaughter. (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Eight teams from Southern Arizona survived the 4A, 5A and 6A play-in tournaments held Thursday night including a clean sweep from the 4A Conference.

RECAP AT AZPreps365.com

THURSDAY, FEB. 8

GIRLS 6A PLAY-IN
No. 9 Tucson 54, No. 24 Desert Vista 38
No. 11 Hamilton 63, No. 22 Rincon/University 53

FIRST ROUND: Wednesday, Feb. 14

GIRLS 5A PLAY-IN
No. 10 Marana 48, No. 23 Willow Canyon 35
No. 11 Cienega 59, No. 22 Shadow Ridge 16
No. 12 Ironwood Ridge 39, No. 21 Notre Dame 30
No. 17 Campo Verde52, No. 16 Flowing Wells 47
No. 9 Agua Fria 55, No. 24 Buena 43

FIRST ROUND: Wednesday, Feb. 14

GIRLS 4A PLAY-IN
No. 9 Rio Rico 56, No. 24 Prescott 24
No. 10 Salpointe 52, No. 23 Gila Ridge 32
No. 14 Canyon Del Oro 45, No. 19 Casa Grande 35
No. 21 Nogales 58, No. 12 Buckeye 55

FIRST ROUND: Tuesday, Feb. 13

FRIDAY, FEB. 9

BOYS 6A PLAY-IN: 6:30 p.m.
No. 18 Skyline at No. 15 Tucson
No. 17 Sunnyside at No. 16 Desert Mountain

BOYS 5A PLAY-IN: 6:30 p.m.
No. 23 Maricopa at No. 10 Sahuaro
No. 18 Mountain View at No. 15 Carl Hayden
No. 24 Marana at No. 9 Apollo

BOYS 4A PLAY-IN: 6:30 p.m.
No. 23 Rio Rico at No. 10 Nogales
No. 21 St. Mary’s at No. 12 Walden Grove
No. 20 Washington at No. 13 Salpointe

(Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

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